Nice unit - just missing a hard copy user's guide.
Blair R Jones, Amazon
16 March 2015
Summary: This is a very nice AVR. I replaced a dead 16 year old Harman Kardon AVR. The setup is reasonably easy. The odyssey speaker setup is especially nice. It found a problem with one of my speaker connections being 'out of phase'. Basically, a crossed red/black connection. My HK never recognized this.
Summary: I have had several months to enjoy this product and I do not have anything negative to say. The slim design fits in my Chinese Rosewood TV cabinet and functions along with my Samsung SmartTV UN65H6350 perfectly.
Summary: This has been a great receiver so far. Very easy to set up and the sound that it produces has been fantastic. The only knock, and this is probably just personal preference and maybe I didn't do it exactly right, is the back speakers over-power the center speaker after I sued the auto set-up.
Summary: I purchased this for a mid-size home theater room. Don't the the 50watt rating scare you away from buying this unit. It has plenty of power for what we need and has great sound in a 5.1 system. If you're looking for a receiver without all the frills of internet, airplay, etc.
Summary: My Harmon Kardon AVR 3600, which was huge and bulky, broke and was going to cost $385 to fix. I replaced all my functionality with a modern, smaller box that I like better for the same price. Plenty of HDMI inputs, powerful enough for casual, everyday TV viewing/ movie watching.
Summary: Low profile is why I chose it in the beginning due to limited space height in my cabinet. The performance is great and powers my system very well. Am using Energy Classic 5.1 speakers surround sound.